Students embarked on a four-week writing intensive course in Alaska co-taught by Professor Matthew Dickerson and Middlebury alumnus Dr. David O’Hara ’91.
The Middlebury Bread Loaf School of English, with sites in Vermont, New Mexico, and England, wraps up its 96th summer at commencement.
In its new issue, the NER includes Chinese literature for the first time since 1987.
Middlebury is ranked second in a list of 50 liberal arts colleges who have created entrepreneurial learning programs.
Two faculty members led a class in a month-long exploration of international development in Ethiopia.
Middlebury conferred 33 Lilian Stroebe Medals to educators, journalists, business leaders, and alumni during the Language Schools Centennial, July 10-20.
The national media have tapped numerous experts from the Middlebury Institute's Center for Nonproliferation Studies since the agreement was announced.
The New York City native and Posse scholar hopes to build an international platform for young Muslim women around the world.
Over a 10-day celebration of academic and artistic events, Middlebury honored its past and looked to the future of language learning.
Jonathan Kemp, telescope specialist, says the New Horizons space probe is informing and enlightening scientists.